School was the best time of our lives (unanimous feeling…for sure). Though at that point of time, most of us loathed the thought of waking up with the Sun and rushing off with our oversized school bags. But if the school had teachers even remotely similar to the ones mentioned below, education would be a fad.
A sure shot ‘Mohabattein’ revisited for all students at school. Students will flock toward him, not run away.You would certainly love to hear him say in a rich baritone:
“Lo kallo baat. Arre babuji, aisi English aave that I can leave angrez behind”.
The lean-mean-action-machine…..the only one. Yes, a sports instructor who is God-send. With Akshay teaching the nuances of martial arts, no girl would be ever feel unsafe. Every student would be a fitness-freak.
She is a bibliophile and she fits this role to the T. With her as librarian, the school library would cease to be the ‘geek-spot’.
Perfect choice, you may say because of the characters she has portrayed on screen…the ‘Mastani’ to some and ‘Padmavati’ to others. She is history personified. How about a show of hands, kids?
None other than Shahrukh Khan. His eloquence and literary knowledge is commendable. When the teacher is the ‘King’ of romance, the subject is bound to be the favorite among students.
He is the ‘Third Idiot’ (with reference to the movie ‘Three Idiots”) who is a genius, a wizard with numbers. Girls and boys would love to learn a thing or two about permutations and combinations for success, from him.
He owes this role to his ‘Half-girlfriend’. For the ignorant, he reinstated the importance of our mother tongue in this movie. The girls in class will definitely nod in agreement.
The extremely graceful and gorgeous actress in Bollywood, who redefined dance through “Umarao Jaan”, years back. So, girls and boys…. its ‘groove-class’ today.
He has proved his caliber by being a host on the T.V. show ‘Big Boss’, year after year. He will be an ace at facilitating any co-curricular activity, namely, theatre, debates, extempore speaking and so forth. With a facilitator like Salman, school would be the haven of discipline.
Parent: “What did you learn today”?
Student: “Apparently not enough. We have to go back tomorrow".
(quote courtesy pinterest.com)